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In "Spirit in Practice," a Tapestry of Faith program
Welcome participants to Spirit in Practice.
Ask the group to turn to "Transcendental Etude" by Adrienne Rich, 665 in Singing
the Living Tradition. You may wish to share with participants that Adrienne Rich is a contemporary American feminist, poet, teacher, and writer. Invite a participant to light the chalice as the group reads responsively.
After the reading, ask the group to turn to "Voice Still and Small," 391 in Singing the Living Tradition. Invite the group to join in singing. If the group is largely unfamiliar with the song, you may need to teach them the tune.
If your congregation has large-print and/or Braille versions of Singing the Living Tradition, make those copies available for participants who might need them. Using a microphone for this activity helps more people hear you.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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